Esha Reply Daniel says: March 4, 2009 at 11:25 pm Hi guys, I'm going mental… I'm trying to install Simple Forum Machine on a LAMP server and I get the error Things should work fine now! ;extension=mysql.so should become extension=mysql.so For windows it will be ;extension=mysql.dll should become extension=mysql.dll share|improve this answer answered Nov 22 '11 at 10:42 Alim Ul Gias 1,92321229 Thread: xampp installation problems "cannot load MySQL extension" Results 1 to 6 of 6 Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Search Thread Advanced Search Display Linear Mode By default on a XAMPP install those extension are enabled in the php.ini file. Check This Out
Reply Donncha says: February 21, 2007 at 11:39 am Andrea - mysql isn't loaded. PHP wasn't configured correctly on the system and there was no php.ini file, so I copied one over. Reply With Quote 01-15-2010,03:47 PM #12 Guezt View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Oct 2007 Posts 103 Cannot load mysql extension. I could not get xampp to start using the instructions in the book so I uninstalled and used the instructions in this thread for release 1.6.0a it installed fine.
I installed PHP Version 5.0.4 . For some reason the XAMPP package is having trouble with the version 4 of PHP. gwitek 2009-11-20 16:50:16 UTC #8 Oh, and also, regarding config.inc.php, I followed Kevin Yank's book exactly as follows: Using your text editor, create a new file named config.inc.php within the phpMyAdmindirectory,
We have created an ID named remote-xxxx that has FULL Privileges to every schema in the target database. You saved me quite a headache! Reply Mark says: December 28, 2008 at 10:07 am It finally worked when I copied ‘libmysql.dll' into my windows/system32 folder. Cannot Load Mysqli Extension Xampp The i in php_mysqli stands for improved.
I really appreciate it. Cannot Load Mysqli Extension. Please Check Your Php Configuration. - Documentation I'm dyin' here! Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... check here Please Check Your PHP Configuration this page will help you fix this problem  pinguin Sun Jul 30, 2006 16 Comments 24506 Visits I just installed a new version of phpMyAdmin
Does anyone compile stuff anymore except for exotice plugins and code patches?" I have been using mandriva and I installed the package php-mysql hence error is gone Reply Jacob says: October How To Enable Mysqli In Wamp I managed to fix the problem a long time ago "Everything in a web browser." Reply With Quote 03-14-2006,07:52 AM #7 LiLcRaZyFuZzY View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Registered User The two messages are not important if you do not intend to upload or download compressed file within phpMyAdmin. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.
Straight line equation Can a text in Latin be understood by an educated Italian who never had any formal teaching of that language? Iam able to connect to mysql via the command line successfully, Im able to run via the browser the phpinfo() script successfully and even see that my loaded configuration file is Cannot Load Mysql Extension Please Check Your Php Configuration Centos hash 2009-11-21 00:00:23 UTC #10 Sounds like you need to uncomment the line mysql.dll the mysql library in php is obsolete (replaced by mysqli or PDO), however it would seem in Php4-mysql Package YEY IT WORKED!!!
peace Reply Andrew says: September 20, 2007 at 11:39 pm Hey guys, i am installed mediwiki on my site and when running the install script get stuck at this point. his comment is here Thanks so much. If you recently enabled the modules, try restarting the apache service / daemon. The time now is 06:29 AM. Mysql Extension For Php
It is installed and works GREAT! Luckily I found your suggestion and solution. I went from scratch. this contact form If you've installed all of the above more than once you'll know what is more than likely wrong.
The console shows mysql running and the phpmysql is a component of xampp. The Mysql Extension Is Required But Is Not Installed. Please Enable It To Continue Installation. Search this Thread 10-05-2007, 01:24 AM #1 blizunt7 Member Registered: Mar 2004 Distribution: Fedora Core 1,2,3, RHEL3,4,5 Ubuntu Posts: 274 Rep: phpMyAdmin - Cannot load mySQL extension Hey all, Tagged with: apache web server, byte string, cannot load mysql extension, Fedora Linux, gd graphics library, httpd graceful restart, library support, mysql databases, php applications, php module, phpmyadmin, restart apache, restart
this conversation has fixed my problem! If you do, enable the zlib and / or bz2 modules. Please check your PHP configuration. Php_mysql.dll Download I could not get xampp to start using the instructions in the book so I uninstalled and used the instructions in this thread for release 1.6.0a it installed fine.
Tac Anti Spam from Surrey Forum Log In phpMyAdmin "Cannot load mySQL extension" PHP gwitek 2009-11-20 04:18:14 UTC #1 I have scoured this forum for hours and found problems SIMILAR to This extension may be part of the PHP distribution (compiled-in), otherwise it needs to be loaded dynamically. None of the tutorials on this install mention it anywhere, and has likely been the thorn in the side so many folks can't find - they made all the changes, they navigate here rjamesd, Oct 23, 2007 #3 rjamesd New Member Thanks BUT It doesn't work.
Can anyone help! The Coffee Lounge Forum Feedback Computer Issues Announcements, Press Releases, & News « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Information Users Browsing this Thread There are currently 10 users browsing Menu WordPress Plugins About Random Cannot load mysql extension. EL directorio de extensiones es C:\php\ext(tambiÃ©n inlcuido en el php.ini) Ya no sÃ© a quÃ© puede ser debido.Ayuda por favor.
I don't know where it will be in your installation... Sometimes I've found the binary package isn't always up to date. No, create an account now. I had quite forgotten about Yum!
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